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One Country, Two Governments




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One country, two governments

Amy Brooke

In spite of government opposition, a radical report proposing destroying  New Zealand’s democracy, unintelligibly called He Puapua (let’s not give it an English title, or people may begin to wonder what is in it) has been released, because of an appeal under the Official Information Act (OIA). A previous, heavily redacted version was finally released but only as a result of constant pressure.

He Puapua argues for this country to be predominantly governed by individuals of part-Maori ancestry and for those of part-Maori descent — no matter how minimal. A separate parliament and civil service is to govern those identifying as Maori, with, as usual, no definition of who can legitimately be regarded as Maori — in a country where intermarriage has been the norm for 200 years — and where full-blooded Maoris no longer exist.

Its intent is for separate Maori health and court systems; Maori ownership of the foreshore and seabed (now already happening); separate Maori wards on  councils; Maori governance over water and every other possible sphere of influence — such as the reassignment of the entire conservation estate under the Department of Conservation (DOC).

This two-systems approach has already been adopted, with health reforms dominated by a separate Maori Health Authority able to veto government decisions relating to everybody’s health. Under Jacinda Ardern’s supervision, Labour has already pushed legislation through parliament to ensure the public no longer has a say with regard to Maori wards on councils. Moreover, it is envisaged that progress between basically two governments would be overseen by the Aotearoa Monitoring Group, currently chaired by the Maori sovereignty activist, Margaret Mutu. Larded with increasing numbers of untranslated Maori words and phrases — making it virtually impossible for most New Zealanders to understand — it has been well described as ‘a masterpiece of deceit’. No reference is made to the fact that a previous Independent Constitutional Review Panel examining radicalised Maoris’ call for a Treaty-based constitution found widespread opposition to the proposal, with 96 per cent of submissions opposing it, ‘and 97 per cent vehemently opposed to local government Maori seats’.

Incredibly, some former politicians are simply shaking their heads at Jacinda’s supposed ‘naïveté’. This manipulative politician, adept at projecting compassion and well-being, flashing her famous smiles, and  talking at great length —while  managing to say almost nothing relevant in response to questioning — is dodging accountability by switching to vigorous and indignant Hollywooding, claiming she hasn’t read the document.

Who actually believes her, given that while she claims the report hasn’t found its way to the Cabinet table, and refuses to state her view on its recommendations, her ministers are already implementing some of its communications? Her current ploy is to brush off criticism of this pernicious, fundamentally racist document by accusing its critics of ‘playing politics’. So much for her promise of transparent government.

As historian Mike Butler has pointed out, the plan to implement He Puapua was slipped in under the radar, without troubling MPs or talking to the media. That Labour did not campaign on this in either the 2017 or 2020 elections invites the charge of sheer duplicity.

What we are being now faced with is apparently prevarication on a grand scale — from the same determined woman who has consistently handed over every possible advantage, with preferential taxpayer funding, to perennially obsessed part-Maori agitators.

This same adroit politician appointed the controversial Nania Mahuta to crucial portfolios imposing thoroughly undemocratic directions. Mahuta could not possibly have done so without Jacinda’s backing. And if the Prime Minister’s hand is being forced here, who is the puppeteer? To whom does she owe allegiance?

While she has described herself as socialist, in fact socialism is regarded as the smokescreen of communism — to tactically present a more palatable face to the public. Moreover, destabilising a democracy is regarded as a communist coup.

We should be under no illusions. This attack on this country is well under way, as is the Maori sovereignty takeover, assisted by a Prime Minister so foolishly dismissed as merely naive, but who, on the actual evidence — her ongoing promotion of divisiveness and separatism — is bad news for New Zealanders and undermining national unity.

What about government-related official institutions embracing the ridiculous? To simply laugh off what is happening would be a big mistake in relation to the nonsense recently produced by Christian Hawkesby, assistant-governor of the Reserve Bank, now to be known as Te Putea, no doubt to bring it into line with what pre-European Maoris used to call it before their colonist oppressors arrived.

Hawkesby’s recent address to the Institute of Directors centred around the claim that Tane, the God of the Forest, watches over all bank employees. ‘Each day as we walk through the security gates to enter our Wellington offices, Tane Mahuta (New Zealand’s oldest living Kauri tree) ‘looks back at us as a reminder of our responsibility… which is to ensure that “Tane will not wilt and lose mana”.’ And so on.

Could we ever have envisaged such nonsense — a Reserve Bank official calling on his staff to worship a giant tree to make sure it doesn’t wilt? It’s been pointed out that, ‘Mr Hawkesby is responsible for formulating monetary policy, providing equity in financial markets, managing the foreign reserves, operating interbank payment and settlement systems, and circulation of currency’.

It is not his job, if undertaking a personal journey into the psychobabble of animism, to inflict what many regard as less than rational thinking on bank employees. He should be required to resign. Simply calling what he said ridiculous is only a start. His New Age nonsense and arguably racist activism is conduct unbecoming  – not only unacceptable – but with no place in government.

And yet this primitive underpinning of what should be rational advocacies is becoming increasingly pervasive — as with activists’ success in opposing specific project developments because of the claimed presence of taniwhas (mythical Maori monsters).

With New Zealand’s democracy now white-anted by racist policies, we will also deservedly become a laughing stock if our politicians and bureaucrats continue to pay obeisance to primitivism. However, as  Einstein observed, ‘Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.’


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  1. Yes. But what the fuck are New Zealanders going to DO about this? 86.32% of Kiwis don’t give a rat’s arse about any of it and the paid-for media is effectively blocking out any information and discussion.

    It’s only on a few blogs like this excellent one that these issues are even being discussed – and we’re being written off as far-right racist crazies for wanting to preserve a colourblind democratic country.

    Note: The quoted figure of 86.32% is an estimate only and could be as high as 86.75% or as low as 81.46%.



  2. An outstanding, and intelligent well
    written piece by Amy Brooke.
    This should be in every newspaper
    across the country.
    But it won’t be. The vile Ardern creature has
    bought and paid off the filth masquerading
    as ‘media’ The bitch and the agitating racist
    maori pushing this shit should be arrested and
    tried for treason.



  3. Mahutas in 2021 is the most powerful politician after Robbers son and possibly Toothy.

    She is front and centre of :-
    – the Three waters reform which will be far reaching and is integral to our daily lives, every day.
    Try getting by without fresh water, then sewage and waste water!
    This will likely be a creep towards Maori control of water -the fundamental of LIFE

    First by ‘shared leadership’ in the South Island – even though there were probably only ever about 8,000 Maori in the cold South Island at one time pre Honky.
    …Then more control over water and what will follow is control over electricity (possibly the only source of energy in 25 years with gas, and petrol bans.
    …Then air waves so your phone and broadcasting.
    This has been simmering away for over 20 years and will burst out- fast – like the Douglas rogernomic reforms of the mid 1980s.

    – Mahutas is in charge of the Local Govt Reform .
    This will be far reaching.
    The last time this was done was late 1980s by Geoff (Merry) Palmer. He was an intelligent prick but a nasty weird fucker in the mould of Malcolm Turnbull.
    Notional have been woeful on Local Govt .
    Utterly disgraceful and shithouse.
    In addition they appointed useless LG Ministers in the 2008-2017 years.
    Anything they touched has been diabolical.
    They completely screwed up the ARC (Akl reg Cncl) in 1992 – for spite or whatever; typical cock up of nastiness from Socialist Bolger -like leaky homes.
    Then gave the farce of Auckland Council in 2010; rushed through to meet an election date ; and flawed from day 1.
    Eg in 2014 the Akl Council condemned the 1940s Stand at Waikaraka park. This took up prime real estate in front of the track but could not be used. Numbers were therefore down for years. They took until 2020 = 6 years – to actually allow it to be pulled down and – July – and allow a temp stand to be built for the October season opening.
    Complete indecision for no reason.
    They have now closed 3 of the 18 holes at Chamberlain Park golf for ‘elf and safety’ reasons(?) rendering it virtually unplayable. No decision to fix, and no budget to do so.

    Notional not only stayed away from Local Council elections, they allowed more farce in their name to have Michelle Boag run in Akl 2016 and 2019 a ‘group’ of quasi-Notional that spilt the centre right vote and allowed lefties to dominate.
    Then under wanker Key every Major city ended up with a legacy Labours/ Greens Mayor and council .
    The good people who fought back against this got no help.

    Anyhow, Mahutas has the control on this Local Govt reform (or deform) and it will not be pretty and heavily Maorified.

    Be Afraid.
    The (radical) Maori caucus has a lot of power and Mahutas is the figurehead.

    There is a lot of shit in the pipeline and it will deliver better (worse) than an unreliable Wellington City sewer pipe.
    It might just explode soon in your own street.

    There is a lot of bad juju going down and all of it by ‘ bad actors’ aka parties with malicious intent.
    Don’t go to sleep on it; but I suspect Eurokiwi above has called it that the vast majority have.



    • I want to bail too Mikey and I’m working on it now. I honestly don’t see any future for New Zealand except a steepening decline. In five years time I predict that this country will have become a South Pacific Venezuela and will have severed almost all its ties with the developed world – especially Australia.

      There’s no real hope either. There’s no opposition. No bright star on the horizon. And even worse, the people either don’t know or don’t care what’s happening.



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